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Hidden away in Holland Park the Kyoto garden is beautifully formed and a must see if you are visiting the park. It also gives the opportunity to usually see both peacocks and herons, neither that common a sight in central London!
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It's really well done and it looks pretty, however, it is well packed on weekends or a sunny day so make sure you visit during the week when it is less busy. Note that is is not necessarily the most authentic Japanese Garden I've ever...More
Wow, this was definitely the highlight of my trip to Holland Park. Simply stunning. I enjoyed looking at those beautiful large Koi karps and feeding the peacocks which were allowed to roam free. Oh man, they had some beautifully patterned feathers, which I'd expect of...More
It was a bit of a trek getting here, but it was on my bucket list and I'm glad I visited it. It is a bit ruined by teenagers wanting their selfies but if you love japanese gardens then yes, worth a visit as its...More
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Not sure what your interests are? However, The Design Museum attached to the park. The Natural History and V&A Museum nearby. Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens. The Serpentine, for a chill out, or if feeling... More
Not sure what your interests are? However, The Design Museum attached to the park. The Natural History and V&A Museum nearby. Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens. The Serpentine, for a chill out, or if feeling energetic hire a rowing boat. I could go on, but google map the area to see what appeals to you, enjoy.